Wrongful Death

A Georgia wrongful death claim is an allegation that the death of the decedent was brought about through someone else's negligence, recklessness, or fault, and the decedent's estate, or dependants are therefore entitled to compensation for damages. For over 50 years, the attorneys at Westmoreland, Patterson, Moseley & Hinson, LLP , have been representing clients throughout Georgia in wrongful death claims. Our lawyers are skilled and knowledgeable in wrongful death actions, and have the trial skills and techniques to successfully pursue wrongful death claims. In fact, our attorneys have lectured other attorneys on proper trial techniques. In addition, our lawyers have chaired the Trial Section of the Georgia State Bar. If you believe a loved one has died due to another's negligence or fault, then you should contact a Georgia wrongful death attorney who is respected throughout the profession, as well as the state, to discuss your case. We offer free consultations*, and handle most cases on a contingent fee basis* (you don't pay us unless we win). You can afford to obtain world-class representation and the highest quality legal services from a legal institution with over 50 years experience representing the injured and disabled throughout Georgia.

What Causes a Wrongful Death?

As Georgia wrongful death lawyers, we have represented clients throughout Georgia in a variety of personal injury claims, including those that lead to wrongful death claims. Wrongful deaths have occurred from almost every imaginable way an individual can be injured, including:

  • Recreational Accidents
  • Bar Brawls
  • Hunting Accidents
  • Airplane Accidents
  • Train Accidents
  • Van Rollovers
  • Firearm Accidents

If you have lost a loved one, and believe you may have a wrongful death claim, contact a knowledgeable Georgia wrongful death lawyer today for a free consultation*, and let us assist you in determining if you have claim.

*Free consultations and contingency fees apply to all injury cases.

Representing the Injured and Disabled for Over 50 Years

Thomas Hinson is the contributing attorney to this content.

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